Antoine Griezmann scored for France on Tuesday and is now back in Barcelona
Antoine Griezmann is fed up of the speculation around his future. After confirming that he would continue at Barcelona and that he has the support of the new coach, Ronald Koeman, he is now keen to kick on at Camp Nou.
Following France duty, he is back in Barcelona with the aim of showing his quality. He's annoyed of the constant talk about what Lionel Messi staying means for him. After scoring his latest goal for his national team, his 31st, drawing level with Zidane, he's not exclusively focused on Barça.
"Is my future at Barcelona? Yes. I don't know why people invent destinations to see if one day they get it right. But I am really good there, I know I have the backing of the club and the coach, so I am good. It was a tough season for everyone but we're starting again now," Griezmann told M6.
Griezmann wants to stay at Camp Nou and fulfill the contract he signed last summer, which ties him to the club until 2024.